The LG G Flex was one of the most interesting devices of 2013. We expected to see its successor released at some point this year, but chances are that ain’t gonna happen.
According to always highly informed EVleaks , the G Flex 2 will be released in mid-Q1 2015, boasting a feature “even more unique than self-healing plastic.” We’re not sure what that means, but it certainly sounds promising. Hopefully, we’ll get to learn a thing or two about this feature in the next few months.
As for the date, the Korean company will use Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to announce its next phone with a flexible screen. In the meantime, we’re eager to know what kind of special feature(s) do you want to see in the LG G Flex 2?
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